Hey, Brother Joe (Mickens), just a short rebuttal to your comments in The Dispatch and a thought-provoking song for you.
“Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.” 1 Cor. 6:9-11
Do you remember our last conversation when we agreed that abortion is wrong and those who support pro abortion candidates were just as wrong as the candidates? And someday both will be held accountable? Just a reminder, Joe.
I shouldn’t have to remind you that all wise businessmen believe in thorough audits, and I’m disappointed that you think it’s wrong to do a thorough audit of our city’s business while continuing to support those who think that killing baby humans is right. Now I remember saying that I would support you if you would become a pro life man and fight unashamedly for the lives of unborn humans and all other conservative values. I still offer you my support when you do that, Joe. And I will possibly be asking for your support in the next city election, God willing, because as of today I’m thinking about running as an Independent for Ward 5 councilman. Naturally that’s indicative of my disappointment in our present councilman. After his unopposed reelection he won’t even return my calls for help. Not a good one to pout about how others communicate, right? He believes the entire council has different visions about how to move our city forward which means the council will never be united until you stop thinking that it’s gotta be your way or no way. But what is your way? My councilman hasn’t stopped by lately to tell me what his vision is. Poor communication? Yes. The citizens of our city are looking for leadership from our council members, and it’ll never happen until every one of you learn to follow. So stop with all the negativism about your new Mayor who was elected by a majority of our voters. Learning to follow is basic training on the road to becoming a leader. When the city sees the council not supporting a part of our new Mayor’s vision, an audit is a necessary step in our eyes. We can see clearly what you are up to — being dividers and not uniters. The majority elected him because he had the better vision, which he plainly explained to us in every way possible, so we are united in wanting to see his campaign platform accomplished. Now, I’d like to see you all do better. We want our council men and women to forget about becoming mayor for the time-being and become the best and most positive council our city has ever had.